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Expert in-house training for party executives and branch representatives is an excellent start for the PDP. Having well informed people will assist in the debate on the current state of our Fiji.

PDP  gets expert help for election training

February 8, 2014 | Filed under: Fiji News | Posted by:

Dr Wadan Narsey.

Dr Wadan Narsey.

By ROSI DOVIVERATA

Despite the resignation of  Nirmal Singh, a founder, the People’s Democratic Party (PDP) took a significant step in its preparation for the general election when it  held an in-house training workshop for party executives and branch representatives yesterday. PDP secretary, Sat Narayan said at least 22 members turned up. The workshop which was designed to clearly identify strategies in the build-up to the  election was held behind closed doors at the Fiji Trades Union Congress training room in Suva. Suva lawyer, Richard Naidu reviewed the Constitution and the Political Parties Decree, Mr Narayan said. “University of the South Pacific academic, Dr Wadan Narsey briefed the party on the economy “Nesbitt Hazelman of the Fiji Commerce and Employers Federation also made a presentation.” Mr Narayan said Felix Anthony of the Fiji Trades Union Congress (FTUC) spoke on workers’ rights. Meanwhile, The Roshika Deo – Be The Change Team will be sifting through information they’ve gathered from communities and through discussions to help form Ms Deo’s manifesto. A statement from the team said: “We are now in the process of synthesising information from the discussions on facebook and also from the various communities. “This will inform and form our manifesto.” Ms Deo  will run as an independent.

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